Our Expedition volunteers have been learning that there is more to volunteering with Raleigh than meets the eye. During their time in the village of Matanga, one team of young volunteers has started to understand that by working with a community in rural Tanzania to develop in a sustainable way, the experience has helped each of them develop personally too.August 23, 2018
How child to child learning makes Raleigh's WASH project sustainable; an insight into the work of the young SWASH club in Mvungurumo.August 20, 2018
Raleigh’s active citizens are working towards creating positive and lasting change in Tanzania. This International Youth Day, 12th August, we want to celebrate the dedication and continued impact of Raleigh alumni.
“I’m going to raise the voice of my fellow young Tanzanians.”
Kelvin, Raleigh ICS alumni
At Raleigh, our work is driven by youth. Young Expedition volunteer Antonia relays her experience of working on a WASH project in Ichonde, Kilombero.August 6, 2018
Raleigh Tanzania is always working to ensure its programmes fit into the bigger picture of global sustainable development. A team of young volunteers based in Matanga has been finding out how our current Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects in Tanzania contribute to the UN's Global Goals for Sustainable Development.July 31, 2018
After spending three weeks in the village of Katurukila, our team of JOA volunteers have now arrived back in Jersey. The team were full of positivity when they returned to our base at Morogoro, having completed an impressive amount of construction and community work. Volunteer Manager Maddy tells us a bit more about the project and the experience of working with the community and Tanzanian volunteers.July 27, 2018
Our team of volunteers in Katurukila, Kilombero includes people who have traveled from Jersey, having been selected for the community work project by Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA), and young volunteers from Tanzania. JOA are one of Raleigh Tanzania's key funding partners for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects.July 20, 2018
Hassan Kiyungi, Raleigh Alumnus and founder of Menstruation and Entrepreneurship Matters (MEMA) Tanzania discovered the difficulties that girls face during their menstruation cycle whilst on placement with Raleigh Tanzania on a WASH Project in Kanga village, Morogoro in 2017. Now, him together with his team (other Raleigh Alumni) are working together to help Tanzanian girls stay in school.July 20, 2018
Youth-led sustainable development organisation Raleigh International, and partner Integrity Action (IA), have launched an innovative new project in Tanzania which will see young people in rural communities holding development projects, and the organisations delivering them, to account.July 16, 2018
Over the next three months, Raleigh volunteers from Tanzania and overseas will be working on SWASH (School Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) projects in four villages; two in Kilombero District, Morogoro Region and two in Kongwa District, Dodoma Region. Projects in these four villages commenced in January this year, and are set to be completed by September.